The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 25, 1939 · Page 2
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• V" f PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1939. SOCIETY URFEUOW PH HEARS Miss Hutzel Addresses Par- ents'and Teachers on Youth Problems The first meeting of the Parent-Teachers' association of Longfellow school was held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the school. The program was opened with three • enjoyable musical selections, the first EJ flute solo. "Dance of the Reed Flute," played by Mary Evelyn Hoffman; the second another flute solo, "An Old Russian Melody," played by Catherine Wfrege; and the third a trombone solo, "Darling," played by Thomas McMaster. In the course of the business meeting, Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking was elected to fill the vacancy of vice president of the association. The report of the recent council meeting was given by Mrs. Alfred Chinnery, president, and a discussion was- led on the subject of the problems confronting the health programs in Mason county. It was announced that the annual membership drive of the organization will be held during the first week of October. At the close of the business meeting, the ladies enjoyed hearing a talk by Miss Melita Graf Hutzel, lecturer of the Michigan department of health, who chose as her topic. "Social Hygiene as a Guide to Living." Miss Hutzel stressed the building of health, .personality and character in the child, adding that parents and teachers must place trust 'in youth. Miss Hutzel also discussed' some of the problems confronting youth today. At the close of tne meeting, it was announced that the prize of $1 was to be awarded to the Eighth grade room for having the largest number of mothers present. At the close of the afternoon, delicious refreshments were served by the Eighth grade mothers. Arrangements were made by a committee consisting of Mrs. Andrew Forsleff, Mrs. Odell Berg and Mrs. William Alderink. Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER Reports for the summer season were made at the recent meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary board. The meeting was held at the 'Paulina Stearns nurses' home i and was presided over by the vice president, Mrs. K. B. Mat- Presents Ginger Rogers and'thews, in the absence of the David Niven in "Bachelor ! president, Mrs. J. A. McFarland. Mother" with Charles Coburn Mrs. Paul Peterson treasurer, and Frank Albertson. Also read a report on the three baked selected short subjects. ieoods sales sponsored by the organization during the summer. _ i stating that a profit of $169.13 has been realized. A similar fa: vorabie report was given by Mrs. I A. W. Church, who had been in I charge of the Hospital Women's ! Exchange during the summer. The exchange, stated Mrs. Church, has cleared a profit of over $20U, a net gain of more than $100 for each month of its activity during the summer. It is announced that the Women's auxiliary, during its one year of activity, has realized earnings amounting to slightly more than : $1.000. • The board gave a vote of I thanks to Mrs. Church for her j splendid work in organizing and j carrying on the work of the Hos; pital Women's Exchange, and ] also to Mrs. Homer Doe who has j served as secretary during the I summer. The board also declares itself to be grateful to all persons who have patronized the shop during the season and also to all per- j sons in Ludington and in Mason county who have given needlework to the Exchange to be sold. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frost Sr., j It was reported that every article 510 Second street, were pleas- I of needlework has been disposed antly surprised Sunday evening of. when a group of friends gath- T i ie board also wislies to thank ered at their home in celebra- i all persons who helped to or- I tion of their 30th wedding an- i ganize the baked goods sales and OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN Dancing. niversary. i those who donated The affair was arranged by ; them, their son-in-law goods for and daughter, reDO rt was iv/lv ovir} A/rvo n-irvm-, T)i.nTTr>-, ! "• le P UI i< was Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown. -activity of the hospital displav J on thp <_m iue The evening was spent m i booth - at the recent Weste rn .playing airplane bunco with , Michigan fair. fast prize beingwon by Mrs.; The next re g u ] ar meeting of iH! C - h ^ el - Z ,^, lckl , and second by ,the board will be held on Oct. 2 ;at 3 o'clock, at Paulina Stearns ' Mrs. Frank The honored guests were pre-i nurses' home. Delegates Are To Be Entertained At Tea sented with a lovely collective i gift from their friends. i Those present were Mr. and | Mrs. Gunnar Taarvig of Lai Crosse, Wis.: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gadziemski, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Murowski, Mrs. Max Rakfal. Mrs. Joseph Szymanski. Miss Loretta Bouchard, j . Byron Brown, Aloysius Frost, j 'David Frost, Walter Frost. Er-i Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking was 'nest Walla; the honorees, Mr. (hostess Saturday afternoon at and Mrs. Frost, and the hostess, j a gay children's party, held at Mrs. Brown. i the Hocking cottage, "Dune- Mrs. Barbara Pallasch, Mr. view/' at Hamlin lake, in hon- Shirley Ann Hocking Is Honored At Party SOCIAL CALENDAR TODAY: The I-udington Junior Literary ciub will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the Hotel Stearns. The Pere Marquette Grange will hold its regular meeting this evening at Pere Marquette townhall. The Riverton Farm Bureau will meet this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gifford. All members are urged to be present as election of officers will be held. The monthly business meeting of Washington Avenue Baptist church will be held at 8 p. m. TUESDAY—The Star Extension club of Victory will meet at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Raymond Heyse. The Four Square club of the Community church will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the parsonage. An evening service will be held at 7:45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The Brotherhood of Bethany Methodist church will meet at 8 p. m. at the Martin Abrahamson cottage at Hamlin lake. The Lakeshore Study club will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. L. Davis. 405 North Rowe street. WEDNESDAY — A mid-week service will be held at 7:30 p. m. at the Church of the Nazarene. First Church of Christ, Scientist, will hold its regular testimony meeting at 8 p. m. The Women's Missionary society of First Methodist church will meet in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. S. Bailey, North James street. Mid-week prayer and Bible study service will be held at 7:45 p. m. at Washington Avenue Baptist church. Mrs. Gebhardt's circle of the Community church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Louis Fee. The Badmin'on section of the Men's club of che Community church will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the churchhouse. A mid-week prayer service will be held at 7:45 p. m. in the church parlors of Bethany Methodist church. There will be a meeting of the Sunday school board following this meeting. The Fairview Extension club will meet at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Henry Agens. The first lesson of the club's active season this year will be on "Color, the Master Key to Beauty." Any new member who wishes to join the club is invited to attend the meetings. The Women of Grace Episcopal church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Eutler, 319 North Robert street. The Ladies' Arbeiter society will meet at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Steingraber, 606 North Harrison street. Cards for members and friends at 2:30 p. m. The circles of Emanuel Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the following places': Circle 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Adolph Johnson, 312 North Park street; Circle 2 at the country home 'of Mrs. William Moberg with Mrs. Lottie Gustafson as co-hostess; Circle 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. August Anderson at the corner of Danaher street and Madison street. Each member will have the opportunity to take advantage of a five-cent grab box saie; Circle 4 wil' meet at the home of Mrs. John Christensen, 1303 South Washington avenue; and Circle 5 will meet at the home of Mrs. Oscar Holmstrom, 802 East Melendy street. The Junior Child Study club will mc»t at the home of Mrs. Albert Vogel, 603 North Rowe street, at 8 p. m. THURSDAY: The mid-week .service of the Undenominational Christian church will be held at 7:30 p. m. with the Salvation Army. Prayer and praise service and Bible study will be held at Evangelical Free church. The first program of the Institute of International Understanding will be held at 8 p. m. at Gray hall The opening ad- dres. to be. given by Dr. Allen D. Aibert. will be on the topic. "The Struggle for Raw Material?." A prayer meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. at Free Methodist. church. Tne Salvation Army will hold it.s regular Evangelistic service at 7:30 p m. The Epworth League ot Bethany Methodist church will held a supper and devotional ervice at 6 p. m. at the church parlors. Circle 5 of St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Theodore Weinert, Luding,ton, Route 4. Circle 4 of SO. 'John's Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Herman Schmock, 401 Sixth street. Each member is asked to 'bring a package for a graib-box sale. FRIDAY — The' Federation Bible Study group will meet at 7:30 :p. m. at the home of Mrs. William Loveland. A Holy Communion service will be held at 10 a. m. in Grace Episcopal church in honor of St. Michael's and All-Saints' day. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7:30 p. m. at Evangelical Free church. The choir of Washington Avenue Baptist church will meet for practice at 8 p. m. The Community church will hold choir rehearsal at 7 p. m. An evening service will be held at 7:45 p. m. at the Pentecostal Assembly of God. The choir of Bethany Methodist church will rehearse at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. LeClair Is Honored at Pretty_Sh o w e r Mrs. Wilbur LeClair was honored recently at a delightful post-nuptial shower, given by Mrs. Harold Beale and Mi-s. Charles Ruba, at the Beale home in Victory. The afternoon was spent socially and in playing Chinese checkers. Later a delicious buffet luncheon was served Each guest brought 'her fa • vorite recipe as a gift for the bride in addition to the number of lovely shower gifts, the identity or each of which the bride was asked to guess before opening it. Those present were Mesdames Robert Swanson, Louis Peterson, Lena Henrickson, Paul Tlmpy, John Anderson, Harold Williamson, Alfred Hansen, Chris Christoffersen, Lawrence Timpy, Richard Dumas, Vern Nelson, Bernard Smith, Raymond Mallory, Edgar Mallory, the honoree, Mrs. LeClair, and the hostesses, Mrs. Beale and Mrs. Ruba. Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. Aage Jensen, Mrs. Louis Anderson, Mrs. Harold Anderson and Mrs. Mae Clemenson were unable to be present. Carr Settlement Grange to Meet I Banner Grange held its regular meeting Thursday night, i Sept. 21, with 13 mermbers present. During the business hour it was planned to hold a Booster ] night on Sept. 30. Two commit- I tees of three each were appoint! ed to take care of the plans ! the program, exhibits, etc. I This will be an open meeting and everyone is welcome to come and ibring anything for exhibit. There will -be a good program | with an outside speaker. ! This meeting will be at the j Carrs Community hall and la! dies are asked to ibring something to help with lunch. I The Carrs Community 4-H | club won many honors for their i exhibits at the Western Michi- gan fair recently. The schools here are in full swing now with William Kirke and Ruby McCumber as teachers in the Locke school and Charles Harley and Eleanora Anthony in the Lake school. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Tyndall are rejoicing over the arrival of a nine pound girl, Gloria Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tyndall of Chicago racently spent a couple of days at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Tyndall. • HOMOGENlAfiD Soft Curd Milk MAKES BETTER MILK DRINKS Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 55 We Deliver MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 Table CONSOLE CABINET In rich brown with Chrome trim Down-Draft Whirlator for scientific mixing of air and cil . . • cleaner, hotter flame. Triple-Action Synchro-Control. Single dial, triple - action adjuster •which accurately adjusts oil flow, air flow and flue draft to give you any desired heat. Exclusive Norge feature. "L" Shaped Heat Chamber exposes 50% ^lore Heat Area to cir Alat- ing air; gives more heat faster. SEE THE FASTBMP ON DISPLAY AT OUR STOBJ 100 Gals. Oil FREE! Wallace Kuras 210 W. Ludington Avenue Phone G04 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kotecki, and Mrs. Harry Betka, Mr. and Mrs. Kasimir Ezdebski and Mr. ' and Mrs. Stanley Tomczak were i unatole to be present. or of the eighth birthday an- her daughter,. niversary The members of the Mason County Garden club will entertain the women of Michigan attending the conservation conference at a tea, to be held in Hotel Stearns ordinary on Thursday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock. The committee in charge of the tea. consists 04 Mrs. Corwill Jackson, Mrs. Joseph Sahlmark, Mrs. R. L. Stearns and Mrs. W. H. Force. It was also announced that the members of the Mason County Garden club extend an invitation to all men and women of Ludington to attend the convention luncheons and the informal dinner. There are still a few reservations available and persons intending to attend one of the functions should arrange for the reservations not later than Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. * # #. District Nurses Are Entertained At Hart Mrs. Feme Galbraith of Detroit, chairman of the Private Duty section of Michigan State Nurses' association, was guest speaker at the first fall meeting of the Ludington District Nurses' association, held Friday evening at the Hart Nurses' home. Mrs. Galbraith spoke of changes that have taken place in the nursing field since the early days. Formerly, said Mrs. Gal- ibraith, nursing was done in the home with the object merely to curd. The modern aim of nursing is toward prevention, to be ,, achieved by scientific hospital\ ization. §> Mrs. Galbraith also talked PENTWATER THEATRE •TONIGHT AND TUESDAY of Shirley Ann. Dunn? thi afternoon the I children enjoyed a variety of amusing games, prizes beinp: ! won by Jane Schantz and by (briefly on the various problems I Janet Colvin. Later in the lof the nurse, afterward leading i afternoon, a delicious birthday j the group in discussion of these | luncheon was served in the problems. j dining room of the cottage. Following the address, a brief The children were served at a business meeting was conducted ; large table, covered with a lace I by the vice president, Mrs. Leslie ; cloth and prettily appointed I Modeweg, in the absence of the j in trink and white. president. Business matters I taken up at that time included i the reading of a report on the Florence Nightingale fund. It Famous Yachtsman calls Camels -IThe best cigarette buv J>a ™^- 9l!RI? O J AND THAT'S IMPORTANT" SAYS JOHN S. DICKEHSON, JR. 'was also decided to hold a ban- A feature of the luncheon was the serv- inz of the lovely pink and white birthday cake. Dainty colored candies were given as favors. Mrs. Hocking was as- serving by Mrs. T. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Those present were Martha McMaster. Carolyn Baltzer Betty Jo Dykstra, Betty Knock' quet at the Hart Country club on j sisted in Wednesday, Oct 25. Miss Olive ' McMaster Sewell, state lecturer, will be guest speaker at this function, An invitation was extended to all nurses to attend a clinic for , crippled children, to be held in I Jane and Jean Schantz Dm-o- the Community churchhouse on i thy Bateson, Janet Colvin Do- Fridav, Sept. 29. lores Revolt. Dorothy Potter At the close of the evening, a IWaldina Coleman. 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